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    Default 1959 Series II

    1959 Series II Land Rover
    Location: Bozeman, MT

    $12,000

    “Pinky” (not sure where the name originated but it dates back at least three owners) has spent most, if not all of its life in the dry air of Montana. It is a mostly stock and mostly original Series II that is fully functional and drivable. The truck is road ready yet has had <700 miles in the last 7 years. Total mileage is unknown as the odometer didn’t work when I purchased it (new one has been installed). It has been garaged for the last year except for short trips around town. I reluctantly have to sell it due to having kids and it no longer being practical to keep a two seater around as the spare car.

    Of note: the truck was registered as a 1960 when I purchased it, and it remains that way. However, based on the chassis serial number (144902517) I believe it to be a 1959. (http://www.lrfaq.org/FAQ.3.Chassis_Numbers.html)

    • Recent work completed in May 2017
      • Full clutch rebuild with new pressure plate, clutch disc and master cylinder
      • New brake master cylinder
      • Replaced engine with a used but retuned and repainted 2.25 L Petrol engine (Entire old engine available for parts, including '59 Series II head assembly)

    • Michelin all-terrain tires and 16” rims with <500 miles use
    • Recent replacement of front seats and center cubby.
    • Front driver and passenger inertia shoulder belts.
    • Overdrive
    • Many spare parts available with the truck (double barrel carb, rear door, set of five 15" rims, etc)
    • Clean title and current registration


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    Hi, I sent you a PM.

    Thanks,

    Chuck

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    Nov 2011
    Location
    Tigard, Oregon
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    Hello,

    I am interested in your 88.

    Is it still available? I am located in Portland, OR.

    I had a 60 type II, and really regret letting it go

    Sounds like the LR is in pretty good shape. Are there any urgent things that need to get done to it?

    Would you trust it to make the trip from Missoula to Portland? (we all need adventures)

    If you have any other pictures, I would like to see them. Probably easier to send to my email

    or text callawayrods@comcast.net (503) 989-9928 cell

    Thank you
    Kevin
    02 Discovery SD
    60 88 -Stubby
    69 88 BUGEYE

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